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Local Outage: 1,900 lose power Thursday morning (New) Outage: 1,900 lose power Thursday morning
About 1,900 Pacific Power customers lost power around 6 a.m. Thursday morning. The outages affected both the elementary and high school in Glendale, as well as other customers in Azalea, Sunny Valley and Wolf Creek.

Students build bee houses to raise money for school garden

A Eugene grade school is abuzz with a project to build houses for bees.

There's no danger of bee stings and it's not honey these kids are after.

These fourth graders at McCornack Elementary are some busy bees.

Watch Joel in the Garden on KMTR NewsSource16 at 6 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Thursdays

Pot-stuffed SUV dumps load in rollover crash

Pot-stuffed SUV dumps load in rollover crash
A car filled with pot plants was involved in a rollover crash in White City, Oregon on Oct. 22, 2014. Photo courtesy: KTVL

Deputies in Jackson County had quite a surprise when they responded to a rollover crash near Medford Wednesday night.

Outage: 1,900 lose power Thursday morning

About 1,900 Pacific Power customers lost power around 6 a.m. Thursday morning. The outages affected both the elementary and high school in Glendale, as well as other customers in Azalea, Sunny Valley and Wolf Creek.

Watch Oregon's Great Pot Debate

Watch Oregon's Great Pot Debate »Play Video
Click the "Play Video" above to watch the debate.

KATU and Portland State University hosted an at times raucous town hall on Measure 91 on Tuesday, Oct. 21. The measure would legalize and regulate marijuana in the state of Oregon. Voters will decide the measure Nov. 4.

$2 million supercar comes to the U.S.

$2 million supercar comes to the U.S. »Play Video
There's a new Italian sports car coming to America, but you won't be able to drive this super-car, unless you've got two-million bucks lying around. Peter Valdes de Pena takes us for a test drive.

UO Senate Task Force issues recommendations to address sexual violence and survivor support on campus

UO Senate Task Force issues recommendations to address sexual violence and survivor support on campus »Play Video

The University of Oregon Senate Task Force addressing sexual violence and survivor support on campus held a meeting Wednesday to give it's final set of recommendations to university officials.

Over the next two weeks the task force will host discussions for student and public feedback.

Task force co-chair Carol Stabile went through a list of over 20 recommendations split into three categories - critical policy change, prevention and education, and administrative changes.